As the country hurtles towards the much anticipated August polls, the outgoing Head of State has once again made it clear that he will not live his 2013 pre-election pact with the now self-crowned chief hustler but instead he will agitate for Raila presidency.
Addressing Western Kenya leaders on Tuesday at Statehouse, Uhuru Kenyatta expressed his disappointment following Musalia Mudavadi's January 23 move. On the said day, ANC leader vowed to work hand in hand with William Ruto ahead of August polls.
In his discourse, Uhuru disclosed that the country will be safe in Raila's hands compared to Ruto's though he didn't lift the lid to tell why the latter is not the best option for Kenyans.
Worth a note is that Jomo's son promised to persuade Mudavadi to reconsider his support for DP Ruto in favor of Raila Odinga. Will MaDvd heed Uhuru's call? May be, maybe not, time will.
Speaking at Eldama Ravine on Wednesday morning, Musalia in a quick rejoinder answered Kenyatta II by telling him that his ten-year regime has inflicted Kenyans with miseries and sufferings.
To DP Ruto, Uhuru has openly told him that he not the best option for Kenyans but Agwambo is. Will MaDvd heed Uhuru's clarion call and reconsider his support or he will stick by Samoei come what may? Which way for Musalia?
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